Collection: Jonathan Lee

Born and raised in Middleburg, Florida, Jonathan Lee found his love for music at a very young age. Jonathan's father, Larry Lee, was his biggest musical influence. His father was the music director at the church he grew up in. Jonathan started taking piano lessons at the age of 6 and picked up a guitar at the age of 10 and took lessons all the way through high school. Jonathan's senior year of high school in 2013 his whole life turned upside down as his father was diagnosed with brain cancer and passed away five short months later. Jonathan then decided to let music take over his life as he then began booking and playing his own solo acoustic gigs around his hometown at age eighteen and shortly after decided to put a band together. Jonathan has since opened for Nashville recording artists such as: Luke Combs, Billy Currington, Randy Houser, Montgomery Gentry, Chris Lane and the list goes on. Jonathan then decided to make the move to Nashville at the age of 21. He aspired to simply learn more to grow as a person and as a musician. Jonathan then became a "Nashville Recording Artist" on December, 11, 2019 as he stepped foot into Sound Stage Studio on Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee. Jonathan released his first single "Bourbon Bible" on May 1, 2020 which was written by: Camron Faulkner, Korey Hunt, Jordan English and Mike Rogers. Jonathan first heard "Bourbon Bible" before moving to Nashville and believed every word of it because he lived both sides of the story at that time from going from a church pew to a barstool. Jonathan then released his second single "Good Place to Quit" on August 14, 2020 which was written by: Jonathan Lee, Dan Alley, Sam Banks and Chase Fouraker. He released his third single "Broken Bottle" on October 30, 2020 which was written by: Jonathan Lee, Sam Banks and Dan Alley. On December 9, 2020, Jonathan released his last song from the project "Heaven's Lucky to Have You" which was written by: Jonathan Lee, Korey Hunt, Sam Banks and Chase Fouraker. This song was by far the most real song Jonathan had ever been a part of writing simply because he lived every word. This song was a personal dedication to his father, Larry Lee. Jonathan believes in the lyrics of a song and in the power of a song and how music can truly heal a broken spirit. It really comes down to three chords and the truth.
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